Search Results for Tag: women’s right
An archaeology of erotica
Nowadays credited to a fifteenth-century Egyptian polymath called Jalal adʹDin al-Suyuti, “The Book of Exposition” is an exploration of promiscuity under the societal constraints of the Arab-Islamic world, using bawdy and salacious scenarios to stimulate and evoke fantasies in the readerʹs mind.
Date10.04.2018 | 13:42
TagsArabian Nights, Belle Epoque, erotic, female sexuality, Jalal adʹDin al-Suyuti, Orient, promiscuity, sexual liberation, sexuality, The Book of Exposition, women's right
How women triumph when the law fails them – Rebels with a cause
As a South African Indian girl born and raised in Durban, I can say that for the most part I have lived a sheltered and somewhat privileged life… I say privileged because even if there was a life out there that I did not know about, I was so sheltered and naive that it didn’t bother me.
Date16.05.2017 | 10:43
TagsDurban, equal pay, rape, Sarona Wolter, South Africa, Trevor Noah, Violence against women, women's right
Women in the News
On Thursday March 19, 2015, an angry mob brutally killed 27-year-old Farkhunda near a Kabul mosque after she had been accused of burning copy of the Koran. Read more here, and other news about women.
Date27.03.2015 | 14:38
TagsAfghanistan, Boko Haram, Gao Yu, nun rape, women's right